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And Finally...
Yesterday, we wrote about the issues facing emergency telecommunications in the wake of September 11, 2001. As it turns out, there's yet another wireless security issue that many of us may not have anticipated: unaccompanied phones. The New York Times reports that a flight en route to San Francisco from Atlanta was diverted to Dallas when an ownerless BlackBerry device was discovered onboard. Article

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